[mythtv-users] Re: Jarod's Guide Down?
jcw at wilsonet.com
Wed May 12 23:59:29 EDT 2004
So far as I know, Isaac does have final say on what goes onto
mythtv.org, and he actually offered to host it there a while back,
following my comments about getting slash-dotted and high traffic some
time ago. The high traffic wasn't actually a problem though, so I kept
it on my site. It didn't even occur to me to re-explore the possibility
of it being on mythtv.org. However, I'm not certain that you could ever
call it "official", since many folks (including many of the core devs)
run on other distros, and the idea is to be distribution-agnostic. But
I'm game, if I can still have direct access to make changes (few and
far between though they may be, these days...). Isaac?
On May 12, 2004, at 10:44, Eric Thelin wrote:
> Count another vote for making it official. Does Isaac run the server
> has he designated another to make such decisions?
> On Wed, 12 May 2004, Bryan Ware wrote:
>> Right on, I think that is an awesome idea.. Help me like you wouldn't
>> Thanks again Jarod.
>> On Wed, 2004-05-12 at 12:14, IvanK. wrote:
>>> first of all a big thank you for your awesomely helpful guide -- it
>>> has made
>>> setting up pvr-250 myth systems a breeze and the never ending stream
>>> people praising you on the list is a testament to its usefulness.
>>> In my view, your guide has become such an integral part of mythtv's
>>> documentation, that I feel it should be hosted on mythtv.org, along
>>> with the
>>> HOWTO and the FAQ. I see no reason you shouldn't be able to update
>>> it as
>>> often and as much as you'd like.
>>> What's the general feeling on this?
>>> On Tuesday 11 May 2004 07:23 pm, Jarod C. Wilson wrote:
>>>> On Sunday 09 May 2004 06:44, Peter Valdemar Mørch wrote:
>>>>> empire empire69-at-cox.net |Lists| wrote:
>>>>>> I have not been able to get to Jarod's Guide since last night
>>>>> Well, me neither. However, it seems like the DNS servers are what
>>>>> failing, because this works:
>>>>> Jarod, are you aware of this? Seems like only the DNS server
>>>>> running on
>>>>> wilsonet.com is responding to DNS queries properly, at least from
>>>> Yeah, there were some major problems over the weekend, which I'm
>>>> sorting out. With my change of job, I needed to move my site off my
>>>> employer's equipment to a new location. I've been stacked up with
>>>> personal and work stuff, so I haven't had much time to give
>>>> problem. I went for the quick fix, which was to stash it on a
>>>> machine at my
>>>> house until I got it moved to a new, permanent location. Then my IP
>>>> at home
>>>> decided to change for the first time in several months, sometime
>>>> evening. I've gone a year and a half with the same IP, and happens
>>>> change at a crappy time like that... Anyhow, the site is moved to a
>>>> location, now I just need to finish making the necessary DNS
>>>> changes, since
>>>> two of the three listed NS for wilsonet.com aren't valid anymore...
Jarod C. Wilson, RHCE
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